Hugh;The third son,
MICHAEL, of whom hereafter;
MICHAEL O'LOGHLEN (1789-1842), MP for Dungarvan, a distinguished lawyer, having filled successively the offices of Solicitor and Attorney-General, was elevated to the Bench as a Baron of the Exchequer in 1836, which he relinquished on being appointed Master of the Rolls in Ireland the following year.
Mr O'Loghlen was created a baronet in 1838, being denominated of Drumconora, Ennis.
Sir Michael married, in 1817, Bidelia, daughter of Daniel Kelly, of Dublin, and had issue,
COLMAN MICHAEL, his successor;Sir Michael was succeeded by his eldest son,
Maria; Susan; Bidelia; Lucy.
SIR COLMAN MICHAEL O'LOGHLEN (1819-77), 2nd Baronet, QC, MP for County Clare, 1863-77, who died unmarried, when the title devolved upon his brother,
SIR BRYAN O'LOGHLEN, 3rd Baronet (1828-1905), MP for County Clare, 1877-79, who wedded, in 1863, Ella, daughter of James Mackey Seward, and had issue,
MICHAEL, his successor;Sir Bryan was succeeded by his eldest son,
CHARLES HUGH ROSS, 5th Baronet;
Annie Bidelia Margaret; Lucy Susan Mary; Ella Maude;
Frances Mary; Clare Mary; Aimee Margaret Julia.
SIR MICHAEL O'LOGHLEN, 4th Baronet (1866-1934), JP, High Sheriff of County Clare, 1910, who espoused, in 1918, Beatrice Mary, daughter of Sir Michael Murphy, 1st Baronet.
Sir Michael was the last Lord-Lieutenant of County Clare, 1910-22.
He died without issue, and was succeeded by his brother,
SIR CHARLES HUGH ROSS O'LOGHLEN, 5th Baronet (1881-1951),
Sir Colman Michael O'Loghlen, 6th Baronet (1916–2014);The present baronet lives in Australia.
The prospective 7th baronet is Michael O'Loghlen (b 1945), eldest son of the 6th Baronet.
His heir apparent is his eldest son, Hugh O'Loghlen (b 1968).
NUTFIELD HOUSE, also known as Drumconora, County Clare, was a large three storey residence which belonged to the Crowe family at the end of the 18th century, and until at least 1814, when it was the residence of Robert Crowe.